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Which decade would you choose?

Eltab

Is this a moon, or is it a space station?
80s.

Since I can't just make myself rich, I will find my younger self and teach him how to construct a job search. So he can get out of "earning college money" jobs and into "how I use my degree" jobs sooner.

And on my younger self's wedding day, I will get the keys to the reception hall from the best man before he leaves for the night.
 

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MarkB

Legend
80s.

Since I can't just make myself rich, I will find my younger self and teach him how to construct a job search. So he can get out of "earning college money" jobs and into "how I use my degree" jobs sooner.

And on my younger self's wedding day, I will get the keys to the reception hall from the best man before he leaves for the night.
Those will definitely fall foul of the "can't use your knowledge of events to your advantage" clause.
 

OTOH, hats like fedoras, trilbys, panamas, ivys, newsboys and the like were ubiquitous. And if you’re willing to put up with the absolute lack of hat/coat checks or hooks in public spaces, you can still wear them today.

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I really like red hat in the first picture. Is that custom made?
 

DrunkonDuty

Adventurer
The 1920's because the Charleston is cool and antibiotics are for wimps. <jokes>

I enjoyed the 1970s. But then I was very young, life is a constant wonder when you're young. Maybe I just want to be young again...
 


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